Monthly Archives: December 2015

Hungry for the Holidays

Posted by Helena Fern

Back at home for the holidays and it feels a bit strange, I haven’t been home since September! But now I can really start to feel festive and although the house is a bit chilly, it gives me an excuse to wear my Christmas jumper – Minions as per!… Read More

Scrapbooking

Posted by Sara Yassine

I realise that I haven’t written a post in English yet, so here goes my first one!

 

One of my friends had her 21st birthday recently, and we decided that we would gift her a scrapbook.

THE SUPPLIES:Scrapbook

  • The scrapbook
  • Sharpies + metallic pens
  • Double-sided sticky tape
  • Stickers
  • Scissors
  • And lastly, of course, the pictures!
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Fröhliche Weihnachten!

Posted by Tom Coope

The festive season is underway with doors of advent calendars flying open as the countdown begins. As each day passes, more decorations festoon windows and radios are turned louder as those annoyingly catchy Christmas songs begin to dominate the airwaves. Not only does this mean it’s getting closer to hanging a stocking at the end of the bed, but for weary students feeling the effects of a long first semester, it’s nearly time to go home for a well-deserved rest.… Read More

Life as a GP

Posted by Rachel Underhill

In the final year of medicine you get to do a variety of different placements, and I’ve just started an eight week block in a GP practice in Newport. And I love it!!

Most people (I certainly did) think that GP’s see a lot of repetitive patients, i.e.… Read More

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